Your use of Sortpage is subject to these Guidelines and our Terms of Service:
Profile image, profile texts, user answers, linked pages and also the context of your predefined queries and links are subject to the following rules:
The Sorters will not harass, threaten, offend, humiliate any person or entity, use obscene or sexually explicit content or language, racially offensive content or suggest criminal activity. You will not impersonate any person or entity, real or fictitious, while using your profile image, name and other information in your profile and/or your user answers.
If you encounter abusive or non-relevant link in the search results, please use the Report link. Use this function to improve the search results. Misuse of this feature is a serious breaching of Sortpage rules.
Create only as much relevant matches as possible. Using less relevant matches can affect your profile ranking. Non-relevant matches are understood as malicious damaging of Sortpage functionality.
For title, use the text, which defines the best the content of linked pages or the title of user answer.
Predict how others can search to get the result you define in your definition.
Create a set of potential search phrases (each on a separate line), of which meaning exactly meets the content and information on linked pages stored in the same definition.
You can use traditional form: e.g.
Macbook Air 13 price
Or a natural way of asking:
What’s the price of the latest 13-inch Macbook Air
How much is 13-inch Macbook Air
It’s up to you. You, as a Sorter, create the search results and define the matches, be precise and use your own logic.
You can use to one or more links, but enter each on a separate line. Use only the best matching pages with the best information value and content.
Tags, you define in your definition, are used in case there is no exact match with the searched phrase and your predefined queries. Use the tags to describe the best the meaning of the definition. Use predicted tags, which used the Sorters earlier in order not to mess up the tag set.
Do not use irrelevant matches:
27-inch iMac review 2011 – www.nasa.gov
Do not use matches that are not relevant enough:
27-inch iMac review 2011 – www.gizmodo.com/reviews/iMAc-27-hands-on-spring-2008
Define the appropriate relevance range:
27-inch iMac review 2008
27-inch iMac review
iMac (too general)
laptop reviews … (too general)
27-inch iMac (still too general) - looking for the review
21-inch iMac review (it’s a review, but not 27-inch)
27-inch iMac review 2011 (it’s a 27-inch review, but different production year)
Do not use too general target pages:
27-inch iMac review 2011 – www.gizmodo.com
Do not create abusive or ironic context of matches:
27-inch iMac review 2011 – www.microsoft.com
Do not link pages with low content / information quality, even though they are relevant to the query.
The better you define the matches, the better profile ranking you will get.
If you want to promote your business or website, do it through your profile page and don’t spam the system. You can use your profile as your own advertising. Sort well and your profile ranking will get higher.
Breaching these rules will require us to block your membership.
You can use our Uservoice feedback to let us know what’s happening.43c